Just found this madness in my closet. The object of the game is to guide a metal wand through an electrified maze without touching the sides and setting off the “electrode” bell that’s strapped to your fucking head while your parents watch.
I also just found a copy of the Worst-Case Scenario Survival Guide board game (and the book of course), both of which I got around the age of nine. I never stood a chance.

Just found this madness in my closet. The object of the game is to guide a metal wand through an electrified maze without touching the sides and setting off the “electrode” bell that’s strapped to your fucking head while your parents watch.

I also just found a copy of the Worst-Case Scenario Survival Guide board game (and the book of course), both of which I got around the age of nine. I never stood a chance.

  1. asthma-squad said: I also have this game. It actually still works, and is somewhere in my basement. This game made me fear headbands, hats, and all other head apparel.
  2. dirtydustinhoffmanneedsabath said: I’m convinced that playing a lot of Perfection and Operation as a child is why I have such serious anxiety issues. These are not things that should be distributed to small, potentially anxious children.
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